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POLITICS OR PROFITS? GAZPROM, THE KREMLIN, AND RUSSIAN ENERGY POLICY
(Georgetown University, 2013)
This paper adds to the ongoing discussion of Gazprom's role in Russia by placing the debate around Gazprom within the broader contexts of both the increasing prevalence of national oil companies in the world and the changing ...
A 'NEW LOOK' AT THE RUSSIAN MILITARY: WHAT THE 2008 RUSSO-GEORGIAN WAR EXPLAINED ABOUT ONGOING MANPOWER REFORMS IN THE RUSSIAN MILITARY
(Georgetown University, 2012)
The military of the Russian Federation celebrates twenty years of existence in 2012, much of which it has spent struggling with the challenges of adapting to a post-Soviet world. The latest round of reforms was initiated ...
Assessing the Soviet Oil Economy
(Georgetown University, 2016)
This research evaluates the methodologies used by four leading macroeconomic models—SOVMOD, SOVSIM, the RAND model, and the Decision Sciences Application model—to study the Soviet oil economy, a key yet opaque sector of ...